Kentucky Governor declares state of emergency after powerful storm
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear (D) declared a state of emergency due to inclement weather in the state that caused flash floods, a power outage and damage to homes and public infrastructure.
âIt is devastating that we are again facing extreme weather conditions just weeks after the deadly tornadoes hit western Kentucky. Unfortunately, some counties were affected by these two events, âsaid Beshear. noted in a report.
âEveryone should be aware, stay safe and seek shelter when advised,â he added.
The governor’s office added that “much of western, eastern and south-central Kentucky” had been affected by recent weather conditions, which included heavy rains, thunderstorms, tornadoes, hail and strong winds.
Just a few weeks ago, the state suffered deadly tornadoes that killed more than 70 people in Kentucky.
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âI promise you will get well. We will recover, we will rebuild. You are going to be stronger than before. We will rebuild better than before, âsaid the president.
âKeep the faith, we’ll get there,â he added. “We’re in there for the long haul.”